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Old 01-25-2008, 01:20 PM
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A local Fleet Pride in my area (obviously I said local) sells baldwin filters for my truck, are they any good?
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The Baldwin PF 7977 is a 5 micron filter and it meets all of Cummins specs for both dirt and water. FYI the new Fleetguard is only a 7 micron so you can see that the Bladwin is a better filter and it filters at a smaller micron too.
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Old 01-25-2008, 03:43 PM
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jimmy i have a baldwin on mine, so far so good.
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Great. they are 6 bucks cheaper than a napa gold. and same as wix on rockauto.com. I like I can get them locally.
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Old 01-25-2008, 07:29 PM
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Amsoil use to sell the Baldwin filters and now there Donaldsons for some reason, but they are good filters...ANYTHING IS BETTER THAN A FRAM......Dallas
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Amsoil use to sell the Baldwin filters and now there Donaldsons for some reason, but they are good filters...ANYTHING IS BETTER THAN A FRAM......Dallas
I would not use fram on anything except a Cheby
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Baldwin is all I've ever used for fuel filters. Iuse Baldwin or Wix for the oil filter. Fram is a very good filter- for target practice. The orange paint really stands out!
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Default RE: balwin fuel filters

The tow company I used to work for many moons ago used nothing but Baldwin filters in the fleet. Never had any problems at all.

And DBLR, thanks for the Micron info. I didn't know that. I'm going to have to quit using the fleetguards and go back to Baldwin.

Now, where to find Baldwin here in the nether reaches of Nevada!!!

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Try this place http://www.adiesel.com/store/PF7977.html
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